About Dentons

We are who we are because of what we do and the scale on which we do it. Everything we do is different. From the big ideas right through to the big deals, our bigger picture is always growing. That’s down to the expertise of our lawyers, who are specialists across the board.

Deciding where to start your career is a big decision. To learn more about Dentons, explore our many practice groups; visit the NALP Directory of Legal Employers and our Vault Profile to learn more about our demographics, practice areas, compensation and benefits, and diversity and inclusion practices; and find out what some of our previous Summer Associates have to say about their experiences here.

Giving back

Dentons is privileged to be doing truly meaningful pro bono work. In 2023, our lawyers and professionals donated approximately 25,000 hours to pro bono projects. Now that’s a lot of time for a good cause. Our regional offices have their own part to play too. From building a playhouse, participating in urban cleanup events, volunteering at Firm-founded Legacy Charter School, and feeding the hungry, our teams are giving back through our Dentons Delivers program, as lawyers and staff work together to help change the world for the better.

In addition to volunteer work, our Firm Giving program builds upon our deep legacy of community commitment. Complementing the personal generosity of our lawyers and staff to organizations meaningful to them and their families, we hope that by harnessing our collective power and resources, we will be better able to enhance our communities and the lives of our neighbors.

Dentons is one of the founding firms of the Law Firm Antiracism Alliance (LFAA), and has been involved in all levels of the organization. The firm also created the Cook County Domestic Violence Appellate project, and firm lawyers from several US offices have won appeals on behalf of domestic violence survivors. Dentons’ US lawyers are partnering with colleagues in the Middle East, UK, Europe, Canada, and Latin America to represent refugees fleeing horrible violence and chaos in the Middle East.